List of awards and nominations received by Parks and Recreation

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Awards and nominations received by
Parks and Recreation
Six cast members and the series' creators dressed formally and posing at the awards hall

The cast of Parks and Recreation at the 71st Annual Peabody Awards in 2012

Total number of wins and nominations
Total 13 75
Footnotes

Parks and Recreation is an American situation comedy created by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur. The show premiered on NBC on April 9, 2009 and concluded on February 24, 2015 after airing seven seasons.[1] The series stars Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope, an ambitious, mid-level bureaucrat working in the Parks and Recreation Department of Pawnee, a fictional town in Indiana. The sitcom features an ensemble cast, including Rashida Jones, Aziz Ansari, Nick Offerman, Aubrey Plaza, Chris Pratt, Adam Scott, Rob Lowe, Paul Schneider, Jim O'Heir and Retta, among others.[2]

The show was nominated for a variety of different awards throughout its run, including sixteen Primetime Emmy Award nominations, twice as a comedy series and twice for writing. Parks and Recreation was also nominated for fifteen Critics' Choice Television Awards (three wins), two Art Directors Guild Awards, four Golden Globe Awards (one win), a Peabody Award (one win), a Producers Guild of America Award, five Satellite Awards, and five Writers Guild of America Awards, among other awards.

Poehler received the most recognition with 25 nominations for acting, winning an American Comedy Award, a Critics' Choice Television Award, a Golden Globe Award, a Gracie Award, as well as receiving six consecutive nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, without any wins. Plaza has seven nominations, while Scott, Ansari, Offerman, and Jones each received two nominations for acting. Throughout its seven-year run, Parks and Recreation won 13 awards from a total of 75 nominations.

Awards and nominations

ADG Awards

The ADG Excellence in Production Design Award is presented each year by the American Art Directors Guild to recognize the best production design and art direction in the film and television industries.[3] Parks and Recreation was nominated twice.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Episode of a Half Hour Single-Camera Television Series Ian Phillips
(for the episode "Soda Tax")
Nominated [4]
2014 Ian Phillips
(for the episode "London")
Nominated [5]

AFI Awards

The AFI Award, created in 2000 by the American Film Institute, is given annually to ten films and ten television programs to acknowledge the "most significant achievements in the art of the moving image".[6] Parks and Recreation was honored in 2011.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result[a] Ref.
2011 AFI Television Programs of the Year Parks and Recreation Won [7]

ALMA Awards

The American Latino Media Arts Award, or simply ALMA Award, is an accolade presented annually to acknowledge the best American Latino contributions to film, music, and television.[8] Plaza received two nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Favorite TV Actress – Supporting Role Aubrey Plaza Nominated [9]
2012 Favorite TV Actress – Comedy Nominated [10]

American Comedy Awards

The American Comedy Awards recognize the best work in comedy. The accolade is given to television programs, films or individuals.[11] Parks and Recreation has two wins from four nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 Best Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Won [12]
Best Comedy Actress – TV Amy Poehler Won
Best Comedy Supporting Actress – TV Aubrey Plaza Nominated
Best Comedy Supporting Actor – TV Aziz Ansari Nominated

Cinema Audio Society Awards

The Cinema Audio Society Awards honor the outstanding achievements in audio mixing.[13] Parks and Recreation has three consecutive nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2014 Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for Television Series – Half Hour Steve Morantz, John W. Cook II, and Kenneth Kobett
(for the episode "Leslie and Ben")
Nominated [13]
2015 Steve Morantz, John W. Cook II, and Robert Carr
(for the episode "Moving Up")
Nominated [14]
2016 George Flores, John W. Cook II, and Bill Freesh
(for the episode "One Last Ride")
Nominated [15]

Critics' Choice Television Awards

The Critics' Choice Television Award is an annual accolade given by the Broadcast Film Critics Association since 2011 in order to recognize the most significant achievements in television.[16] Parks and Recreation has three wins out of fifteen nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Best Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Nominated [17]
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nick Offerman Nominated
2012 Best Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Nominated [18]
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Won[b]
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Nick Offerman Nominated
Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series Paul Rudd Won
Kathryn Hahn Nominated
2013 Best Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Nominated [19]
Best Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated
Best Actor in a Comedy Series Adam Scott Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Chris Pratt Nominated
Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series Patton Oswalt Won
2014 Best Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated [20]
Best Actor in a Comedy Series Adam Scott Nominated

Emmy Awards

Cropped picture showing the actress posing on the red carpet wearing a black dress
Poehler received six consecutive Primetime Emmy Award nominations for portraying Leslie Knope.

The Emmy Awards were established in 1949 in order to recognize excellence in the American television industry, and are bestowed by members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Emmy Awards are given in different ceremonies presented annually; Primetime Emmy Awards recognize outstanding work in American primetime television programming, while the Creative Arts Emmy Awards are presented to honor technical and creative achievements, and include categories recognising work of art directors, lighting and costume designers, cinematographers, casting directors, and other production-based personnel.[21] Parks and Recreation has sixteen nominations without any wins. Poehler was nominated for the best actress six times in a row for playing Leslie Knope with an additional nomination in 2012 for writing. Michael Schur has a nomination for writing in the same year as well. Parks and Recreation has two nominations for the best comedy series. The show has four further nominations for its sound mixing and a nomination for a short-format program for NBC.com series entitled Parks and Rec in Europe.

Primetime Emmy Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2010 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated [22]
2011 Outstanding Comedy Series Greg Daniels, Michael Schur, Howard Klein, David Miner, Dan Goor, Amy Poehler, Emily Spivey, and Morgan Sackett Nominated [23]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated
2012 Nominated [24]
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler
(for the episode "The Debate")
Nominated
Michael Schur
(for the episode "Win, Lose, or Draw")
Nominated
2013 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated [25]
2014 Nominated [26]
2015 Outstanding Comedy Series Greg Daniels, Michael Schur, Howard Klein, David Miner, Morgan Sackett, Dean Holland, Alan Yang, Harris Wittels, Donick Cary, Matt Murray, Aisha Muharrar, Dave King, David Hyman, and Amy Poehler Nominated [27]
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated

Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation Steve Motantz, John W. Cook II, and Peter Nusbaum
(for the episode "Andy and April's Fancy Party")
Nominated [23]
2012 Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program Morgan Sackett, Michael Schur, and Dean Holland
(Parks and Recreation: April and Andy's Road Trip, via NBC.com)
Nominated [23]
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation John W. Cook II, Peter Nusbaum, and Steve Motantz
(for the episode "End of the World")
Nominated [24]
2013 Steve Motantz, John W. Cook II, and Ken Kobett
(for the episode "Leslie and Ben")
Nominated [25]
2014 Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program Morgan Sackett, Michael Schur, Dean Holland, and David Hyman
(Parks and Rec in Europe, via NBC.com)
Nominated [26]
2015 Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (Half-Hour) and Animation George Flores, John W. Cook II, and William Freesh
((for the episode "One Last Ride")
Nominated [27]

GLAAD Media Awards

The GLAAD Media Award, established in 1990 by the American Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, is given in order to "recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the LGBT community and the issues that affect their lives."[28] Parks and Recreation won once.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2010 Outstanding Individual Episode Parks and Recreation
(for the episode "Pawnee Zoo")
Won [29]

Golden Globe Awards

The Golden Globe Award, founded in 1943, recognizes the best work in both film and television. The accolade is given by the members of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA).[30] Parks and Recreation received four nominations with Poehler winning once in 2014.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Amy Poehler Nominated [31]
2013 Nominated [32]
2014 Won [33]
Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Parks and Recreation Nominated

Gracie Awards

The Gracie Award was established in 1975 by the Alliance for Women in Media to recognize the best representation of women in the media. The award is given to various types of programming or individuals.[34] Parks and Recreation has two wins.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result[a] Ref.
2013 Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Won [35]
Outstanding Comedy Parks and Recreation Won

Imagen Awards

The actress showing her face and some of upper body, and smiling
Plaza, who portrays April Ludgate in the series, was nominated for an Imagen Award four times.

The Imagen Award is organized by the Imagen Foundation, an American organization dedicated to "recognize and reward positive portrayals of Latinos in all forms of media".[36] Plaza was nominated four times.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2010 Best Supporting Actress/Television Aubrey Plaza Nominated [37]
2012 Nominated [38]
2013 Nominated [39]
2014 Nominated [40]

NAACP Image Awards

The NAACP Image Award, presented annually by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, was established 1967 in order to honor people of color for their work in film, television, music, and literature.[41] The series has two wins out of six nominations, both won by Ken Whittingham for directing.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series Ken Whittingham
(for the episode "How a Bill Becomes a Law")
Won [42]
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Rashida Jones Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Aziz Ansari Nominated
2014 Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Rashida Jones Nominated [43]
2015 Outstanding Directing in a Comedy Series Ken Whittingham
(for the episode "Prom")
Won [44]
Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series Aisha Muharrar
(for the episode "Ann and Chris")
Nominated

Peabody Awards

Poehler accepting the Peabody Award on behalf of the show in 2012

The Peabody Award recognizes excellence in various platforms of the media, including film, television, and radio. The award "spotlight[s] instances of how electronic media can teach, expand our horizons, defend the public interest, or encourage empathy with others".[45] Parks and Recreation was honored in 2012. The award association gave the following description of the show:[46]

Year Category Nominee(s) Result[a] Ref.
2012 Parks and Recreation Won [47]

Producers Guild of America Awards

The Producers Guild of America Award is bestowed by the Producers Guild of America to honor the work of producers in film and television.[48] Parks and Recreation has one nomination.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Comedy Greg Daniels, Dan Goor, Howard Klein, Amy Poehler, Morgan Sackett, and Michael Schur Nominated [48]

Satellite Awards

The Satellite Award is given annually by the International Press Academy (IPA) to honor the best work in the entertainment industry.[49] Poehler received three nominations while Parks and Recreation was nominated once as a series.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2011 Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Amy Poehler Nominated [50]
2012 Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy Parks and Recreation Nominated [51]
Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Amy Poehler Nominated
2014 Nominated [52]
2016 Nominated [53]

Screen Actors Guild Awards

The Screen Actors Guild Award, given by the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), is an award dedicated to honor the best performances of actors in film and television.[54] Poehler received three nominations.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2013 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series Amy Poehler Nominated [55]
2015 Nominated [56]
2016 Nominated [57]

Writers Guild of America Awards

First presented in 1949, the Writers Guild of America Award recognizes the work of film, television and radio screenwriters.[58] Parks and Recreation was nominated five times between 2012 and 2014, including three times for the best series and twice for an individual episode.

Year Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2012 Comedy Series Greg Daniels, Katie Dippold, Dan Goor, Norm Hiscock, Emily Kapnek, Dave King, Greg Levine, Aisha Muharrar, Chelsea Peretti, Amy Poehler, Brian Rowe, Michael Schur, Mike Scully, Emily Spivey, Alan Yang, and Harris Wittels Nominated [59]
2013 Episodic Comedy Amy Poehler
(for the episode "The Debate")
Nominated [60]
Comedy Series Megan Amram, Greg Daniels, Nate Dimeo, Katie Dippold, Dan Goor, Norm Hiscock, Dave King, Greg Levine, Joe Mande, Aisha Muharrar, Nick Offerman, Chelsea Peretti, Amy Poehler, Alexandra Rushfield, Mike Scully, Michael Schur, Harris Wittels, and Alan Yang Nominated
2014 Episodic Comedy Michael Schur and Alan Yang
(for the episode "Leslie and Ben")
Nominated
Comedy Series Megan Amram, Donick Cary, Greg Daniels, Nate DiMeo, Emma Fletcher, Rachna Fruchbom, Dan Goor, Norm Hiscock, Matt Hubbard, Dave King, Greg Levine, Joe Mande, Sam Means, Aisha Muharrar, Matt Murray, Amy Poehler, Alexandra Rushfield, Michael Schur, Jen Statsky, Harris Wittels, and Alan Yang Nominated

Notes

  1. ^ a b c Awards in the categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in the list was presumed to have had a prior nomination.
  2. ^ The award is shared with Zooey Deschanel for New Girl.

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